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temperance pitit, to cast our truo ballots
for tho !nehrUt Grant
'Vot, every oneof you, for Jrant, as
'youT.lue property, life, wife, or child)
nm i i i.i mnr.t
If Greeley ii elected, arm, eonecntrato
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'conceal your property, but organiro for
Ibis Is lliJ wild crv Wendell l'Mlllps
..u,,(.i.ih.H ..fthocolorod neonle of
ISrVS?1- this country, and already Its bad effects
g It the are becoming visible. In ovory part of
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, the una coiorea men wno lavor urani s
reflection are organizing mobs, and crush
ing out freo speech among themselves by
intimidation and violence, and no man can
tell wbero tho movement will end. Hut,
no matter i tho Liberals are not to blame,
and must not be driven, except In tho last
extremity, to defend cither their rights or
person against colored lawlessness.
Patience, " must boourwatchward. Wo
can afford to endure, when out of our
endurance may grow tho sturdy plant of
an enduring triumph over the Kadical
enemies of tho constitution. Patience,
U1IKK.N wuKinena, -uoionei --m. a. Hryson.
... " v.. 1 nouo oi iia interost. rouerlck Uonison
attempted, a few days ago, a reply to Sen- , in ibe lanJ who would not voto for ( Maurico" an essay by Mr. Melford, is a pa
kxtkal tor Schurz's St. Louis speech, and has el- , Grant in preference to Greeley, and now Pr for thinkers. "English Singing Birds
cvatcd himself Intosomp nntnrintv Hnu- . . 1 ... . n. . 1 at Florence' Ii a nliint apmiint nf
m friend B. obtained the title of - Colonel
we don t know. II. nmll,lr 1.
! It,aer ho abandoned the pulpit in this
' city to become a lobbyist at Washington,
I Colonel Bryson has procured, by contantly
J blowing tho trumpe. of bis own praise, the
remauon 01 oemg mi ciwjueiu nun .ru-
' found orator; but tho fact, if fact it m,
has never become visible to our mental
eye. lie has superlative assurance, and is
a tricky man of mysterious bearing. He
1 approaches you after the manner of a cat
reaching out its paw, with its claws
sheathed, to touch your hand, leaving the
US . disagreeable impression that he may
lerk of scotch, and will, if he can make HUytbing
by scratching. He speaks with deliberation
?. YO- Rni' nver divulge all he ha to say at the
oi Al first interview. He will remark to vou,
.ion In wltjj t)0 awfui Jmpressiveiie of a mHii
possessed of a ponderou ecret, that
" This, sir, Is a very plea.ant day a day,
' sir, which Is destined to bo memorablo in
'the annals of the history of this city and
ucyat 'State. But, sir, I can, at this time, ?ay
'no more. You will readily appreciate,
'sir, the great importance of discretion in
'this tuattter. It must bo approached
'with caution. At another time, sir, I
' cm give you
even more important infor-
I have UnUy submitted to
01LV ,ur loosiucration ; anu 1 oeweve, sir, 1
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lt the 'do not boast when I sav that I am the
, t 'only man who could have worked out so
iotLN ' '5t a result. ' The mysterious is Bry-
ction Ntl's nock in traile- anu the flict !'i he is a
leci- , bore who passes for much more than he is
THE LESSON OF THE ROBERTSON
From tho frequency by which tho pub
lic are shocked bv revelations of such
,;c u" luo P" 01 prvacuers ns me
late unclerical conduct of the Rev. Mr.
Ut; Roberuon, of Louisville, it would seem
that women and
Tmei I '"" 10 ,carn a'utary lesson. All the
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in., 1 . ii.-uit i urugiu aoout by
(Wt' 1 the too great familiarity of intercourse al
lowed between ministers and the female
members of their congregations. This
the 1 ri,,, .i c.tii.. .
-v sun .auiiunr iiiiercourse is excuseu or
rather approved on the ground that tho
minister or "pastor" Is an exceptional per
ry son, one to whom privileges and partial!
per. ties may bo allowed which would bo
his judged reprehonsiblo at once if accorded
Jcal to any ether man. It is high time, for the
ion . welfare of society, the virtue of women
II 1 1 anil ttin KfUul Mn.nn t . I . 1 . 1 . 1 .
au, - ...V b -".- u.uid v. iuo "vioto, tnat a
ditlerent and more common sense view
were taken of the proper relations of tho
preacher to the women of his congregation.
The habit of receiving his visits alone
of holding long private interviews with
him in the discussion of religious subjects
and the particular state of their souls
ana the particular state of their souls I
or to consult about the progress of the
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Sundaj School, or the conversion of the
fn t hen la nttA n klnL . .
' " vuv ' woracn "nu
many ministers have found by their shame
and remorse would have been far more
virtuously honored in the breach than the
observance. Instead of looking upon the
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minister as a familiar friend, as a father
' or a l.rntW ,h .t.. .. I
, tviuvu viiiiues uim 1
01 to favor, withheld, on the score of propri- '
ety, from other men. women .l,ni.i .,.
doubly circumspect in their conduct to-
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ward him. If they were, not only much
evil, would be avoided, and the irood name
that religion which he and thev profess to
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oia uear, woum sutler less from the,"
tongue of the slanderer and the actual sin '
The Democrat, who forget uotblnK and
Uaru less, will meet n natloual con
VWitton, at Louisville, on theSJUf Sep.
tetuber, md put into nomination a presi
Tkti rllig-HiasUr. of this cvarcn are
,. ... allft Tilnthi.e. fit 1, tj ... . . i r..
, i oa luuon uni. AUe "Vailed woman of "r" muse, uituosi ' " ' iuiii. iy siumiia tustuy i uie cmiim. iiiitt net nut no out) to pass
- the Robertson, may be pure in heart , "e,B1,'d UlB burdl' of ll?fJ1?11,,0,,1BWtU H"'1 B;,t1""8- , f ttVi
a , , ' tiabln and carelsu .an-ant full. . .. ""'-i001' people were 011 the LTOtinds nf i
and guiltless of actual otTcnie against vlr- I ' 'lJ careless aer ant falls-would ,u ,MU, MUx .Ltlng at
1 tue, but the world Is quick to believe the "Ubm" l ten)Prr.v "vil for the sake of Mouiid.vl.it, West Virginia, to-day, the 1 "KOI'ljAU CAIRO, I'ADUCAII & EVANS.
6 contrary, and if .he had avoided the error Pir"",r,t'nt W W0U,d "0t ller e" lb"''v "'''SiaWS. '
w of regarding the minister as the special mul1 of the trials of houekeeplng. Jiul ew rived at Memphis to-day, tho The fast nj Kleat Pas.ftteer bteamer
'rriend.phllo.opheraud guide" of women - - . Z' 7
1 by right of custom, the world would. pwU ' boat eal.ed tho I, , llro I IDLBWILD
I .i.i. ....... . . 1 of their dutes. and. until th.r ... .) . it,.,n.,.', i .... "fooho, , XOJijJU VV J.XJO.J-
"VI""MIEtltilo nil,, Knl.netaiin ' ' "I -,vl . miiuillK. I UO CruW pnii. I
I thick. We aro glad to part with them.
We would rather be a Grant Kadical than
Uourbon lmocr... We prefer the
of those politicians, who, heedless
of w,t tatesmanshlp, would drive tho
. nation forward and over the precipice of re-
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volution, to tho companionship of the dolti
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who would drag us back Into tho darkness
of old-time Ideas, when it was an offense,
' UemndlnS punishment at the hands of
the inexorable Judge Lynch to' dissent
from tho outrageous assertion that
human slavery was a blessing, not in
In disguise but nakod and lovely.
We prefer the plungo of Niagara,
with all its horrors and sure death,
before the servile cringing of tho past In
tho presence of a great wrong which was
a crime against the wollbelng of society
and all theso Impulses of the human
heart that beautify life and make the
world akin '
In the expectation that this movement
will Injure tho Liberals, the Kadlcals are
giving It aid and comfort; but it Is just
possible they are winging tho shaft that
will soon quiver In their own breasts.
Tho movement is likely to injure Grant
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mo itouroons are to nave a caiiaiuate o:
' lbcir own ,
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xoe i.uerais may rest in 1110 contiaenco
0f succes. Their cause is just; and, even
if it ,bould bo unsuccessful to-day, it is
sure to triumph in the end. They will
not thereforo court any set of men. Let
ttlu Kailicals, the negroes and the Bour-
bons all get into the bed of anti-Liberal-
i, together. Tho Liberals can endure
the Infliction If their encmie can, and
against all tho odds will come out victor!-
ous, if there is any "rhymo or reason" in
tho mass of the American people.
ine i.a.axy tor August contains a very
readable article on the thread-bare but
nevertheless always interesting subject of
I household servants a subject interesting
I because so intimately connected with home
comfort, happiness und order, and one
' which effects the peace of the households
1 of every grado of society. Deserved or
I undeserved, no class of laborers are con
1 sldered so incompetent, so unskillful and
j so untrained so unthoughful and so un
grateful as the clas who perform for us
the needful services of daily life. From
myriads of households, from the thresholds j Tho Mikado of Japan eontomplates committee lor the arret and umtuarv pirn
of the rich down through everv crada-1 visit to Europe and this country. 1'hmeut of the offender.
j Uo of conJIUo th
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Wn fM Mii iUMMtlon.
mado and many plans projected, for the
improvemcnt , tnelr rejpctlv
Lf thoj0 wh lsko our
clothes, and keep our houses clean or dirt
as the case may bo. But it is a lamenta
ble far.t, keenly felt by housekeepers, that
little or no good has been effected, and
that most of tho efforts put forth in thlsdi-
rectlou, are apparently fruitless of good
I . .
1 rvauu. 111 tivery oiuer kiuu 01
whether performed bv male or female,
RW)d ,vork may u ,a(1 fof gQoJ
but the housokeet.r -i..i a.. ..
I llrst-class cook at first clas wages, not un-
frequently places her digestion and that of
Lor fttw,,.v t,le kInS of woman who
understands not even tho rudiments of the
trade she attempts to practice whoso
"light" bread is heavy as lead, and whoso
pastry might be called pusty with perfect
propriety as to truth. Tbo 'Galaxy' wri
ter hints at a reason for the shortcomings
of servants and their lack of training a
reason which may have a foundation of
truth. Our common school system opens
tho fountains of knowledge to all who wish
to drink; but while few drink deep, the
masses imbibe only enough to inspire
them with a contempt for labor, especially 1
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tor tuai moor wnicn is, or borders on. the
menial. This may bo u reason why good
American servants are of lato vcar n rn.
I rity and why good foreign ones, who soon ,
j adopt A
i suggestion fc
tVmeriean uotions. are
ng so. Hut it is no
suggestion for a remedy, and in tho South
"d those localities which the results of '
ith w. Allot ..:.,. i . I
the war filled with treed men and wo- j
man ne n c-.. V. . . i u
I "v u urS '
)erv"nts vex the souls of housekeepers by
j 'gnoranco and incapacity. A knowledge j
, " Mold branches of the ,
1 t'Je of housekeeping may not come by i
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Datur-,t but it does come by patient ottort
n,l ,.lll.,n.. . iM .i ,.
-(,.... , i,u, uua mui in
in to practice it for a (
price, should be Dunlshed m Inn.n.nltv in
, an-v lrado ' punished a refusal on '
'on tin. n.i r.c i . .x '
on l Prt of employes to engage the i
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one wb,ch wil1 "ever be ultoeether alxil- i '
' concerted and determined ac-
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v mui.ekeepors would
d mUch towatd lu abatement. If wl
prefer their practice to being dependent
less its effects are counteracted by that ,
pure vegetable tonic and antlseptii Soo. I
ioit. No bodily disease can Impair them
tfcat ? mls? ttU C0,rfVslve fiuunu
t. tbn eat.riea nf ln.ffiM... ...i . . orotier, tnelr Wives allU two dallL'hturi. t'TT Lent... ..m f..r !...! I. ...i l
i " . -vwv.vm.siiu uuiKUUDt i. i i . .. in ' . ."' HI 14111. s-
i.ln tl, m. f,,r . h , It is supposed they were all murdered by n" V,,r: Thursday ami Sunday owning,
I help, the cry for good servants w ........ t,t t i....i ' o.1 " V clock, coiuicciW at Hvanatin,. wltl
continue, and will continue to be un.atl,. . ZVJTZ "If , K Wu'fM ,2l 'IT"
The 'Little Corporal' ono of tho best of
tho magazines for children, is on hand for
Soptember. It Is full as usual of good
things for tho children and cannot fall to
mako ovory boy and girl, in whose posses
sion it falls, happy.
lf lntllnFAaft r.xm U..-.1 .1 f. - f
n.. . '"'r':""""' B
number or this popular fashion magazlno.
The serlnl storv "Heck at the Farm" In -
rrM, In in.-.?., -1.1 i Vii .
creases In Interest with every Installment,
while the shorter stories aro all extremelv
Interesting. Tho fashion and household
departments are full as usual of reliable
and timely directions, bints and sugges
tions. Tho 'Galaxy,' for September is a col.
lection of good reading uiattor. Tho
opening artlclo is an exceedingly interest-
lngsketeh of tbo English historian, John
Anthony i-roudo. The "French at
Home," "Desultory Sketches," "Sensi
tive People," etc., area few of the enter
taining articlos in the prosont number
which will suit tho taste of tho great mass
'Scrihncr's Monthly' for tho current
month appears on time as usual. "In and
about Paris" is tho opening paper. The
illustrated artlclo on "Sculpturo" is tine.
Mrs. Ollphant's story "At his Gates" loses
- ? downing,, Tennyson,
..r.u nu 10 iDMl
Tho 'Aldine' for September almost
surpasse. former numbers In tho beauty",,1"" ""n,nC, ""patches orthisdatc,
of its illustrations m! I. n..i I w"l' ho of Interest to tho boor trade;
graphical excellence. "Moonlight on the
nuuson is a splendid full page engrav-
Inir. than which it is difficult to ImaMim
.n.M.t., iiw . .1 ,.1.,.
an j thing tlncr. "Watering the Cattlo" is
a feast to the oye. The plcturo of "Little'
Vmti t. iii, i . 1 . .1
hmily is llko a pleasant surprise to the
readers of Dickens, and tho rest of the en-!
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gravings which grace tho current number
of the 'Aldine' aro genu in their way. I
it ...in. t 1 . . ..... . .
-iiuiuii s living Age ior mo weeK '
ending August 17, contains a skotch of)
Lord Hyroti, from 'Blackwoods Magazine,'
"Chrlstlna North" part V, from Maemil -
I Magazine, "Pre-lslatnlte Brigand,"
concluded from 'Macmillan' Magazine.
f ' off tUo Spelligs," part XIII, 'St. Paul's'
"Norman Maclood," 'Contemnorarv
Review,' "A Norwegian Drama," 'Specta
tor,' "Americanisms," 'Pall Mall Gazette.'
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Jlrs. Senator Conkling and daughter
are the euosts of Mrs. Grant at Lout
A son of Sothorn, tho Encllsh actor,
l . ,'. , ,
has Just made a protnisinc debut at Drury
Lane theatre, London.
John Amho Pn)ud fc English
I ""tori.n, wili Portly visil the United
' ' '
r.uwm uootn is on a starring tour tn
The Holbrook-Bronson affair con-
tlnues to afford excitement for the twnilu
I of New Orleans.
William Bradford, an American
artist, has received commissions for pictures
from Queen Victoria and tho Marquis of
George Eliot's novel, ''Middlemarch,"
Is just issued by the Harpers.
Thurlow Weed is a diligent reader of
tho daily papers.
Morocco belts are stylish.
Flowing sleeves are most woru in
Sleeveless basques for tho street are
mado of silkvelvet, etc.
French, or "milliner's" folds are a
favorite style of trimming just now.
LinitiKS of thin dresses are now cut
neither low in the neck nor short in the 1
sleeves a fashion much followed for- I waS011, On examinatioan five dead bodies
morly. ! were found in it. It was supposed thoy
Black velvet wristlets, protty and in-1 were tLe bodies of a Part of "luvor! D
expensive, are coming into fashion. I tbat 0,honie was employed to take them
Flat trimmings for dresses aro now out of th0 wa-v-more
used than any othor kind. THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 1872.
The polonaise hus been found so con-' Hon. Silas H. Woodson was to-day
venient and popular that it is likelv to nominated tor i-overnor of MU.miei V,- l,
remain a favorito article of dress for a 1
lonB time to come.
1 Ith fashlnnMn ty.ll... n... nii!i..
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.Man" h Tin... . tl.l.. ..1 . . .
Varden" is now a thing of the past.
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WllIbhLJ' 1 LLhGKAMS.
SUNDAY, Ai-uusT IS, 1871.
A Memphis man uamed Walker, at-
? P,! u t " "S Str olerk, on ,
0 ,8tn- 'lker fired twice, injurinc 1
W in the arm and heart. laser's o .
- vctv a v- 1
u,nc was, as alleged by Walker, enticing ,
the wife ot the latter from tho path of
-Two Aver .ip arrive.1 I
V. , , nortU w 1 twnty miles ot New
lork city, causing an Increase of alarm
.,,,1 Htelte.nn n ih. ...t.
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i uispatcu uateil Sprinutleld, Mass..
August lth, says :
.,ur,,u";. .wnicn swept irom hast I.oiur
-Meutiow to Vt llbraham, on Sunday morning,
' filed etenthim; In Its path fur it distance
,!:"vt' miles, its eotirsti being northeaHerlv.
Stone walls and other fences went thrown In
etery tllreetlou. A trln from live tn fifteen
roil, In whlth was cut clear throtmh it forest
: ot large tree and several building were '
iiirotMt down. Annum the build up ilo. .
flroyed was the boarding house of Yllhra. i
ham Academy. Total oss bv the storm
iiiiuhii UOWI. AIllllllL' I III lillllilllli;
tfK - j.wo. '
-Stokes. Flak'a h.sh.sIii. baa e.mlle.l
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sisted of the captain uamed I'utt, his
selling liquor without license. Great ex- 1
eltement prevailed at Uradley's landing.
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MnNIHV . ,r.
auKUA'' Avul-st 10.
The Helfast, (Ireland) riots contln.
ue., and the latest advlc-M are loathe
liln""'.! .W0U,1J r,ze lh0 ,,orlun,lJr
A Washington dispatch dated the 13th
Thcro Is Information from Geneva which
warrant tno assertion that, since flio exclu
sion of the claim ror Indirect damages, the
bulnci;bcfore the tribunal of arbitrators ha
been favorablo to this Hot eminent, and that
several awards Tor direct daiiiaKes have al
ready been agreed upon, tho Indication be
ing that on the conclusion or adjudication a
LTD mini will In. fitrni-.lnil !.. 1 1.. i l'tiltml
gro BUm vvlll be awarded to the United
' state, thereby avoiding the reference or
1 . e '."."J" hoard orcoiuinlloiier. It
bou.d not b Minted that particular can
now be offleiolly ghen, a- the proceeding
or the tribunal are conducted in secret, and
as Infortunium furnished to our Government
i oi tno Mine ehcracter.
Tho court of impeachment In tho caso
of Judge Barnard found him guilty, re
movod him and pronounced him dlsquall
fled for holding office.
Prince Augustus of Saxe-Coburg, ar
rived In New York to-day.
TUESDAY, Avciust UO, 1872.
Tho. journeymen bakors of Dublin,
Ireland, aro on a strike for higher wattes,
Many people aro without broad and fears
of a riot are intense
A Komo telegram says the pope's
almoner had gone to Brussels to consult
with tho Belgian ministry about tho ap.
preaching visit of the holy father.to Bel
Two Polandors, furnaucemon at tho
zinc work in LaSalle, Illinois, died from
the excessivo drinking of Ico water.
Chicago was in a whirl of excitement
to-day, tho 20th, ovor tho crash of the
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l "Dd th M of
Tho following Item of news contained
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tho authoritle here, which will
creut considerable cxcltnicnt. The Internal
lerouie oxcltment. The Internal
rcatt helm ltiinr...il wltl. tim
i r?vcl'.111'. bureau being Impressed with the
revenue to which It 1- entitled from thl
ollrvc' ,ha decided at It own expeiivto
K""' a" the ariou lze of barrel In u-e
under the new regulation. Where any of
e u,!lm'l' contain a rraetloual amount out
,,,u ,lzu stamped. It will be made to pav the
tax for the next largest denomination, as
""'th for an eighth, or a whole barrel
ror a half.
Idea that the government dot not get all the
WEDNESDAY, Auuvst 21, 1ST.'.
The Belfast riots continued uncheck-
1 ed, according to u dispatch dated tho 'Jlst
' A policeman named Moore was killed and
othor casualities had cx-curred. Th mn).
were wrecking houses and maltreatin in
dividuals. A lato telegram of tho samo
date says :
The hope or the restoration or iiulet.
which were excited ye.tenbv by a rather
more peaceful state of affair, Inn e not been
realized. The condition 1 shown bv the.
report receded at headmiurtcr. wa ivore
1 mail tin iai ingni. me auinoruie are
' powerles agalu.t depredatloa. though -ui
1 Ijortetl by an untied toree of fullv S.txjomcu
he Mtipol houses have been destroyed and
it I with the utmost dltticultv that ome of
!i'e, tl'uri,he are irverveil from sharing
1 their fate. Grate mismanagement on the
' part of the authorities 1 sii.neeie.i ..! tt.
general dissatisfaction I. 0 jtreat that re-
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I de7.r,l?t T.Knf i.T
f ..1 VAA. Vj 7j aiiVA mi ciuufcu 111
0 one side is a head ot the goddess of
liberty and on tho other the ruling for tho
Victoria Woodhull announces that
I she and Tennli pUMIn int,.n.t t,. th.,
Springfield, (Mass.) 1 Republican ' for li
bel in allowing a correspondent to say
that they had attempted to blackmail Su
san B. Anthony and others of the strong
Marck Twain sailed from New York
to-day, the 21st, in the Scotia for Eu-
A Washington telegram of this dato
says, " A Treasury warrant tnr f S2g,C2o
j in settlement of tho Kentucky warclalms,
was transmitted, to-day, to tho Governor
1 of that State."
News from Maryville, .Vo., gives an
account of a mysterious and dreadful mur
der committed, It was supposed, near Hoi
ton, Kansas. A man named Osborne,
driving a team, was arrested near Mary-
ville, suspicion of foul play being aroused
a llorrluI stench proceeding from his
Democratic state convention.
Mace and O Baldwin, the prize
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ugtuers passou tnrougu riusourir to-uav,
the Sinil, on their way east from Colters'
Station, West Virginia, where they were
to fight, but did not.
The Spanish frigate, Numancla, has
been condemned by tbo New York
health officers as a plague-shin.
The ahoe-niakers of Cincinnati are I
o" a strike, and there are between flvo and '
six h"uJfed men out of omplovmeut. ,
-Memphis dispatches of thU date say
1 " -"- .-- v i w mtmj
A telegram Jut teceUed here tVom the
her'ftt'that'1 " r'" tt"W
t weViuhe' Vgroe" ami whltes,kaii(leamng
and gone to Ids assistance, 'lit, extent of
tho riot I unknown, but It i thought it ori-
ginated in the hanging of a negro here some
tlay. s nee. w lit. was f.iliud coiieeale.l under
11 "eu in tne room m n young lattv, who
mUhtfS her. Twn.R meiiUuned""!, th'es,
tllsiiatelies. and which so Incensed the lie
groe that thev then threatened vengeance,
Lateh. The mayor this mmiient received
another telegram Irom Colllervillti from six
well-known fltUeu, mating that the negroes
threaten to burn the town, und hate collect.
ed to the number of three hundred. An ail.
dltioiiul force will be sent there at once.
Later news iiiiiiileutarll) eviieeteil.
Lateh. A dispatch just
l. m.Hlmii Colllerllle atat
i.MKii. A tiispaieii just receltetl (10
.five hundred negroes have surround tile
i. m. i trout uoiucrHiic atates mat tweutv
m l"reatell to burn It to-lllg it, and
inai tiiey urn eolleeling there mun all parti.
Jack Oiiammkh, Master.
r.n. ItlllMAh, CleiK.
I a ii eh lluiot, J'assenger Aa't.
REdl'L.vit CAIRO l vuim vii t vx
The line l'as,cuScr I'ackt t
! Foroign Advertisements,
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., t'iu., 0
THE ONLY REMAIILK GIFT llISTIUIIf
T ION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
157th Krulr MoDlhljr
Tobeilrawa MoaUr, Siitnibr 9th, 187i.
One Grand Caiital or
5;000 I1T GOLD !
Two Prizes $1,000 J f
Two Prizes 600 . J
Flvo Prizes 100 (
Oae FRlnllf CrriK and Matched Horn wlili
MIlTot-Mounted Harness, worth l,Jii.
One Ilorseantl Vugty with llfer-Muuntod Har
One fltie-tonut Ko-ewool Piano, worth W.
KUe fannljr sewlnit machines, worth tlWeach.
"Wold and ilvr leter hunting natehea, worth
from f.M to tJOOeach. IjiJim iiuld leotinechaljt,
Hl Kol Test chain, soli.l uJ double tilaleti
ailfer table and teiouu iotoxff h albums,
Jewelrr, etc , etc.
Whole number or ltn, 6,(-'. Tlclitts limited to
Aenta wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
(Trralunn will b aid.
sickle ticket on dollar 1 i ticket fle dol
lar ; twehe ticket, ten dollar; tweutytWe
Clriulars containing a full Hit of prue. a tie.
senptionof the manner ot drawing, and other
information In reference to the distribution, will
be aent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to I.. 1. 1M:, ilox,
"ic, Cincinnati, O.
101 Weat Siii it. nor.wAdlv
MISSOURI STATU LOTTF.KY,
LsoALtzcii my State
: AUTHORITY AND
Dkawx is PfllLIC
. jn St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
CtArfII rn iir rimwv ln 'it ia-
. I! . Drawn Aur..JI, 18i-'.
o,oou rrizes, Amounting to 5300,000.
1 Prise of.....K,
1 " or. I3.1J0
1 " oC...... IO.km
I " of... 7,WJ
4 " of.... ,(;
4 " ot .. I.Ht)
fsm Prise or. I lull
U " of. .!. J
ii ' of. I.usj
VO " of .. ;
40 of &W
Tickets $10 j Half
Tickets, $5: Qunrter
Tickets, $2 60.
ire rharieted by
t the time named
Our totter ea are chartered bv the htate. are
always urawn at the time uamed, and all draw.
luic are under the supertlsion of sworn com.
. .... . . , , ..
Theotticialdrawin will be published In the
Ml'KKAV. MILLKrt A CO.,
r. O. box 241(1.
St. Louti. Mo.
E D , AG EST SI '
W A N T &
S100tot2 rer month, etertwhere. mole nd
female, to Introduce the the latest imprured, I
most simple and petVet SIIUTTLK SEWI.M.
MACIIINt: erer lurented. We chstlenie the
world to compete ith it. Price only IIS 00, and
fully warranted for rite year, making tne '
Elastic Lock tSlltcb, alike n both sides, The
same as all the IiIkI. priced shuttle
machines. Also. tle relhrfttetl an.l
taiear uun)M: sk.E r A3I1LT &WI,NQ 3IA
f"""cn'M'A MIT -wanted
ir i.tv jrnrs. I liese inacuioes will men, nm,
fell, tuck, quilt. cord, bind, braid und embroider
l a most suisrrior manner. And are warrant.!
to do all work that canbedonenn any hlgh-tinced j
mach'ne In th" world. Kor circulars and terms
address H. WVNKOUt A CO.,'J0M Kldireatenue '
P. U. Uox,27M Philadelphia, Pa. o-i3, Smw
An Auent, male or female, in eierv townhii i
to sell the only standard book o'f the kind '
"Yni'MA.VAN IMlTIOX.VltY OK KV
UltY IA1 VANT.,"
eontaliiliiir'-'iMMl Receipts In everv depart
ment of human effort. 100 jierieir saied ,
to every one who ha. It. Everv body wants i
it. KVKKY 110KY IIL'Y.s IT as mhiii as offered.
3W per week, ure. EXTRA TERM?. ,
Avrents will ml., it if thev do not address
continental ruMMUm; Co., ,'ii;i .V. Sixth
Street. St. LottN. iv-'lm.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington L'nlierIty. I
The regular annual term of thl LawSchou
will open on
WEDM'jsDAY, OCTOBER Urn, 1T2.
Full course, two tenn ix mouth each
Students admitted to the Settlor Class on ex
amination by application on or before Oetc
ber Mh, 1872. Tuition fee. n tlr.t vear ; M
second year, Including u.e of lllirarv
l. 1. M KAIll,
1'cait or r actutv. oi
I'rovo-t Law Department. 1
St. Lot'!. Mo '
t-tJ-d-w 1 in.
D. C. JACCARD & CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When in St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
Watches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mail promptly atten
KUTABLINIIED IX Ifvjtt
ny member of the Society of .lesiis. mU'
ajuicorporatetl by an act of the Statt I
Legislature In 1832, it has experienced unin
terrupted niccess, ami continue to oiler thl
attii lent every facility for iiiMiiilrltig a thor
Cl.thMUAI. ANU COMMEltCIAI. KUUCATIOX
hvery candidate lor iidiiilsslon not peroou
ally acquainted with aomo one of the Kac
ulty must product) proper testimonial oi
good moral character.
Ilulletln aro sent three time it year to thr
parent or guardians of the Muilcnta, to in.
form them of the conduct, health and
improvement of their son or wards. An
experienced physician dally vi-lt the lustl.
tutlnii, ami the greatest euro and attention
aro bestowed on, the sick.
. Hoard and tuition, persesslon, ten months,
Tho nevt session nxln September till, 1
'irX . ' ' W io purcii.srrs rer,ajil to time tables tales. Ac, to any point in
ieiVn,i. .n i , . , , . Missouri. Nebraaka. Kansas, Colorado, Teias.and
. i.l J ,k"T ."" Lr ch,;.,n!,J,he of California, call upon or address S. II. Thomcoo,
uLLuiV'lU.V Wh 7" I nt. Mlsaouri Pacific It. K. Columbus. Ohio . or
. ?f ?'i'.,iOIJf "'"f bl l'"",ffic'' money order. K. A. Kurd, lieneral Passeoijer Auent. ft. Ixula
reit'etered letter, ltaft or express. end fur cir- Mo
Faynieni mu.t lie made m.artcriy, or I ... wuo JiUi-xi,
join -aiinually, lu advance. Catalogue con- M,,,!, ' JUit, low shmin
tain ng Iitatnietloti to parent., und fttU nar. '.'".I"st ftilitrr lsNat,
ticuwill tio Kcmfrie ou a pUcaZ T t(J,rg,
KJ'l..KAlaNO, S.J., and lbrssi,teHSVlBipotac) iwal TsijiaM'
j Our Homo Advertisers.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
KENTUCKY JKANH, KXTRA,
uu II w I
LAltGK STOOK OF CAIU'.v.TING
OIL CLOTH S,
Ella llaaslrt Ntoeat
VKRY LOW FIGURES.
COKNERbTI! ST. AND COMUEHCIAL-AV.,
WUU1 I WOOD I I ttUUDII
' xr 4 Tw a Tl nut' ti'Ann
The underunel will furnlh
xiaivij AiXU ui 1 KJKJL)
, , "P. ,
1 had unv w ool dealer In C a ro. l.eao order
, on the !.tte at the Po.toillee and at lto
I voal J'!ir(' 0,1 Coinuierelal aienile, between
I TentL and twellth -treet. Culro. hlinol.. I
, iiive ooil nieauru anil Mill cord the wooil
up If de.lreil.
DKNNIS 11 ALKY.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our ajticeand purchase jour tickets
olft tie old reliable and popular Mtssocat l'i. I
cine ItAllaoso, which I p.sltieljr the only tine 1
runiiinit three daily eipress trains fruniHt. Louis j
to Kansas City aud the west' and is. nosititelt
the only inewhU'h runs I'ullmtn palve sleers
-,,,...-.. i ..:.. i, ... .1.1
,,,tut aleam brake. From St. Loma to Ktn.as
i fcity, r't. .cott, Lawrence, Leatenwo
eon, kt. Joseph, Nebraska City, Cm
m.1 Omaha without change I Kor iufi
I I tut iufuimatlou In
I Nntrnulilsln sn.a.r ..nun. .tl
RTT. I .1.1 A RTl U A 1 T,
f m m. a. jt. a. A. A. a.
HARRY WALKER A- CO., 1'rop'rs.
Thl house Is newly titled up with two
BILLIARD T A BLES
.Mid tun fine
JENNY LTND TABLES
-tillable for all kinds of
fhe saloon Is stocked with the Hot
lire coiupouiideil in tin- most approved style
EtTCome aud eo loryotirelf, They keep
on hand a line .stock of
f!fiT,ri WPTGC Tn?VT
jJlJlJ y HiltSis litihili,
SOHWBITZKlt OnKKSB A.NI) HO I J
"f" 'Plead morning aud evening at nlii
o'clock, at which all are intiteil to partlc- )
late tree tit charue. ,s-i:Mtf,l ,
And Dealer In
VK KTAULUS, FHUITS.
ILK. FHUITS. KOOM, LA
'KKsiH BUTTKIt, KTC.
JGJTA1I (lood warranted fresli, a vld
at tl ie lowest price.
Corner 9th and St. OomniorclalAve.
Our Homo Advertisors.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
OlllENCK-No. 21 Thirteenth atreet. be.
IV leeu Washington avenue and Walnut streat.
umce Hi Commercial aTenue, tip stairs.
U. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
RKHItlKNCr.-cornerNinth aud Walnut its,
Oltio(.-coinr sixth street and Ohio ietee.
Ottlce houra froise a.m. to l'i m.. and p.tn
it. wa'kdnku, m. d.
KIIKNCK Comsr Mnettenlh atreet and
lV Washington aTentes. near court houe. Of.
MrcnverAr er' Grocery tie. Office Hours Ironi
to x. tn to It m, and Iron 2 to 1 u. m.
It. S. ltltlUHAM, M. 1).,
lloineopathle Phylclanand SurKeon. Of
lice IIW Couiiuereiiu nvciiue. Uesldence 011
Tenth street three door wetofU.lt. Wood
B I'TC'H KKa).
At UI1LIB I
KtoiiTii Stkeet, Betwke.v Wasiii.voton
and Commercial Atenuks,
I Aitjolnlsstt Ml 'Irnlioitae atnil Haanr'a.
Keep the best or lleet, fork, Mutton Veal.
Limb, Sausaite, etc., nd are prepared 10 sirte
cituens in the) most MCfeptstde manner.
HATCIIEI.OHS 1IAIH DYE.
Thl superb hair dye I the bet In the
world perfectly harmles. reliable and In
stantaneous. N'o disappointment. 'I'lie gen
uine V. A. Il.ttehelor I lair l)e produce
liiitiieillutelv niiatiirallilaekorlirowii. Doe
not stain the sklu but Ieae the hair clean,
I ott and beautiful. The only .afe and per
fect hair d)e. Sold bv ull dniL'Klts. Fac
I tory. 10 Itotid street, N Y
6s ma ilm a Sk.
Happy relief to j otttiK men from the effect
j of error and iiliiies In early life. .Manhood
restored. Impediments to .MarriaKe re
moieil. New methoil of treatment. .N'ew
mid remarkable remedies. Hook and rrietl
' l.ir sent free. In -i-aled euielop..
Addre... IIOWAlti) ASsOl'lATlOX, No.
I J .oiith Ninth M., l'htladelphla. Pa. an In
stitiitlou hallux it lilih reputation for honor-
aine eomiuct nnu proles.ioual skill.
MOOT AMIS alior. NTUHK.
HARDY & G KEEN WOLD.
10-') Commercial Ave n'-'ar Atheneum.
Keop on band a koo1 ajsortmeut of
LAU1KS' GA ITERS ANU SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiter. and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VKRY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call a.vd Examine.
LIMK! C'KMKNT !
CAt'EGlRARDEAU AND ILLINO.
Commercial-av., Foot of Kloveuth-st.
Best tpjalit v of Limo and Cement al.
way s on hand, and for sale at the
very Iciest figures for cash.
CAIRO CITY COAL
j r"Pred to supply customer with the bea
piTXSBURG AND ILLINOIS
. ORDKRs lett at Hallldav Bros, office, 70
1 onto levee, or at the Coal Yard below the
t. Charles Hotel, will recelie prompt atten-
tlon. The Tl'O ".MoxtaUK" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at anv hour.
In Under' 'ew Hrick Hulldiug, corner ol
Lluhth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
M KEALEII IX
roitKKi.N AND JiOMKSTIC Fill'ITS,
Ick Ukeam and Soda Fountain.
1 desire to Inform mv natrons and the nub.
I lie at lunre, that liimat all time prepared to
iiirm-ii eterytmiiB in tne anovo line on tne
shortest notice, Including Wedding ami
Ouecii rakes, etc. Also supper parties fur
iilslietl to order promptly ami perfect satis
For quality and price I defy comeptitlon.
Try me once and you will come again.
llest In tliu Unltbil Htales. atr Coolers. Toilet
setta, I I. Hfeiers, nllx and fpo Baths,
Caaea, Dra, Copper and EnamHleJ Wara, Itrlt'
ania aaa plaalihed Ware, Japanned Ware of
every Ueacription, and a a general assortment of
AmonKOthers 1 beep thejustlr celebrated
It la UHoles tn mention their superior quslltlps
at thtiy apealc tor Ihcmsolvos throughout tho
I'm'nmifaeture everything In Tin, Sheet Iron, and
Conner Wara out ot the very best material, and
have no heaitatlen In stn'lnjt that 1 hve a larger
and more oompletn assortment of goods men
ttoned t ban can be found lo the city,
Countr dealers will And itlo their Interest to
call and examine btforepurchaalnBelaewhere.
.Tobblnir. house uuttufoff. and all uutaldoworl
atromptlv attMded to, 0, W. UENOKWiqiN,
' itl i. IIM nnnaisrnlsl innna Oa IrO. HI.
aTT5W P v,.UiU(W,faCaa-.' '